Wrongful Death Attorneys in Coweta County
Fighting for the Justice & Recovery You Deserve
Losing a loved one is one of the most difficult things to have to endure. Knowing that your loved one’s death was preventable can make your suffering that much worse. Here at the Law Office of Johnny Phillips, we make it our mission to hold the liable party or parties accountable. If your family member or loved one was killed as a result of negligence, our firm can fight for the justice and recovery you are owed. When you hire us, you get us. Your case is never passed off to an assistant or paralegal. Our Coweta County wrongful death attorneys are available 24/7 to answer your questions, address your concerns, and keep you informed. With offices based in Newnan, we serve clients throughout Clayton and Fayette Counties, as well as all of the Metro Atlanta Region.
Contact us today at (404) 948-3334 to discuss your situation and options with our team. We offer free initial consultations and contingency fee-based services.
What Is “Wrongful Death?”
In legal terms, a death is considered to be “wrongful” if it was the direct or indirect result of negligence. Negligence can include any action or inaction that was careless, reckless, or intentional in nature.
A wrongful death can be caused by any number of things, including but not limited to:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Defective products
- Slip, trip, and falls
- Pedestrian accidents
- Bicycle accidents
- Dog attacks
- Defective construction
If you believe your loved one’s death was caused by another person, company, or entity’s negligence, our firm can help you fight for the fair recovery you are owed.
Why Hire a Wrongful Death Attorney?
Financial compensation cannot undo the suffering you have been through. However, there are many financial costs associated with the death of a family member. When you are already grieving an unexpected loss, you shouldn’t have to deal with these costs on your own. At the Law Office of Johnny Phillips, we help our clients work to recover compensation for things like funeral costs, loss of companionship, loss of income if the deceased was the primary provider, punitive damages meant to punish the liable party for egregious negligence, and more. Our team takes the time to learn the unique details of your situation and aggressively advocates for the recovery you deserve.
To speak with a wrongful death attorney in Coweta County or the nearby areas, fill out a contact form or call us at (404) 948-3334 today.